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Jehane Noujaim

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    The Square - Oscar-nominated Documentary on Egyptian Uprising

    I met recently with Jehane Noujaim, Director / Cinematographer (also Director of Control Room, Startup.com, Rafea:Solar Mama) and Karim Amer, Producer / Sound Recordist.

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    Women and the Oscars 2014

    At Women and Hollywood we want people to use this week to interrupt the conversations about the Oscars and remind people that no women were nominated for best director this year and that we need to see more women directed films.

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    Shonda Rhimes "Honored" and "Pissed Off" at DGA Awards

    Rhimes "felt honored" receiving the Diversity Award, but "I was also a little pissed off." "There shouldn't need to be an award. Its very shocking to us that there is much of this lack of diversity in Hollywood in 2014."

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    2014 Directors Guild Awards: Alfonso Cuarón Takes The Top Prize For 'Gravity'

    The Directors Guild Of America (DGA) announced its 2014 award winners last night and, perhaps to no one’s surprise, Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón won the top directing prize for “Gravity.” A spectacular visual achievement that took four years to make, Cuarón was arguably the frontrunner for some ...

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    Before 'The Square' There Was '1/2 Revolution' (Gripping Documentation Of The Egyptian Revolution)

    Before 'The Square' There Was '1/2 Revolution' (Gripping Documentation Of The Egyptian Revolution)

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    Netflix Streaming Debuts Egyptian Revolution Oscar Contender Doc 'The Square' Today

    Netflix Streaming Debuts Egyptian Revolution Oscar Contender Doc 'The Square' Today

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    Jehane Noujaim's Oscar-Nominated 'The Square' Shows Revolution As An Ongoing Process

    The title of "The Square," which received an Oscar-nominated on January 16th and went up exclusively on Netflix on the 17th, refers to Tahrir Square, the Cairo plaza in which protesters gathered and rallied in early 2011 to successfully oust President Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of rule.

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    The Big O: And the Oscars' Winning (and Losing) Female Nominees Are...

    The 86th Academy Award nominations did the hustle big time for "American Hustle," with 10 nominations. From our female perspective, it's terrific that both Amy Adams, with her first lead nod following four supporting tries, and supporting candidate Jennifer Lawrence are in the running in the acting ...

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    The Good and the Bad Among the 2014 Oscar Nominees

    2013 was an even-worse-than-usual year for non-acting women in Hollywood -- only 6% of the 250 top-grossing films were directed by female filmmakers and just 10% written by female screenwriters -- so it's no surprise to us that there's little to celebrate about this year's nominees.

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    Sarah Polley, Lucy Walker, Jehane Noujaim are DGA Doc Nominees

    Jehane Noujaim's "The Square," Sarah Polley's "Stories We Tell," and Lucy Walker's "The Crash Reel" are three among the five nonfiction films to receive a Best Documentary nod from the Directors Guild of America.

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